Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Institute for Nuclear Research

Magnets for the future LHC

Seminar Magnets for the future LHC
Lecturer

TURI Dániel

MTA Atomki
Contact person Dr. Beáta Király
Time 2018-09-27 11:00
Place MTA Atomki, nagyelőadó (Debrecen, Bem tér 18/c, XII. épület 3. emelet)
Description of event

There are several plans for upgrading the CERN LHC: luminosity will be increased in the near future, but there are also ideas for building a new, larger collider (FCC – Future Circular Collider). As magnets are one of the main limiters of the power of a synchrotron, developing superconducting magnet technology is a key element of the upgrade. CERN takes an active part in magnet R&D by designing and testing. Testing happens in the Cryogenic Test Facility (SM18), where new materials (Nb3Sn, HTS) and new magnet structures (CCT) are investigated. The new technologies necessitate upgrades of the testing infrastructure, new measurement and protection techniques are required.

Other information
  • According to the request of the audience, the lecture will be held in Hungarian or in English.
  • Before the lecture we offer a cup of tea and some cakes.